Find AA Meetings in Bowdoinham, Maine

Find AA meetings in Bowdoinham, Maine to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Maine includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:00 PM Merry Meeting Group Merry Meeting Group 1 Church Street Bowdoinham
7:00 AM Sunrise Serenity Group Brunswick Sunrise Serenity Group 27 Pleasant Street Brunswick
12:00 PM Big Book Basics Bath Big Book Basics 340 Oak Grove Avenue Bath
12:00 PM We Group We Group 15 Cumberland Street Brunswick
12:15 PM Sobriety Outlet Sobriety Outlet 40 Main Street Freeport
7:00 PM Monday Night Big Book Group Brunswick Monday Night Big Book Group 330 Maine Street Brunswick
7:00 PM Building A New Foundation Building A New Foundation 27 Pleasant Street Brunswick
7:00 PM Not To Tightly Wrapped Group Not To Tightly Wrapped Group 798 Washington Street Bath

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Bowdoinham, Maine AA meetings

On the banks of the Cathance River and Merrymeeting Bay, Bowdoinham, Maine, is home to many talented artisans and crafters. This thriving and charming town is also home to some who suffer from alcohol use disorder (AUD). Those who would like to begin recovery from AUD will find a variety of AA meetings in Bowdoinham in our online directory. Alcoholics Anonymous groups meet regularly to offer support and fellowship to those seeking recovery. Anyone with AUD who has a desire to quit drinking may join AA as a member. While some AA meetings are only open to people with AUD, others are open to anyone who would like to learn more. Only those in recovery are members and may share in meetings. Alcoholics Anonymous began helping people in 1935 and has grown to millions of members worldwide. Relying on the 12 Steps of AA found in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous as the framework for recovery, participants learn to work a spiritual program of self-improvement and have access to stories of others who have applied the 12-steps in their lives and successfully recovered. AA meetings include time for members to share their experiences, strength, and hope. Those who feel uncomfortable sharing may choose to listen to others and contribute when they are ready. Begin your healing journey by joining AA meetings, Maine.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

Not finding the meeting you are looking for in Bowdoinham? Find other AA meetings in Maine for more times, types and availabilities.

Bath (10.5 Miles Away)
Topsham (10.7 Miles Away)
Brunswick (11.5 Miles Away)
Richmond (11.6 Miles Away)
Lisbon (14.9 Miles Away)
Wiscasset (18.4 Miles Away)
Sabattus (19.0 Miles Away)
Lewiston (21.1 Miles Away)
Freeport (23.1 Miles Away)
Georgetown (25.3 Miles Away)
Boothbay (25.7 Miles Away)
Gardiner (26.0 Miles Away)

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